Monthly Archives: October 2011

Life and Peace in Israel

I was going to write about my army service and about a special reunion party that took place about a week ago in our house (and I still will — see below), but I cannot do that before I write … Continue reading

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We Want to Know Where We Come From

Thank you to book reviewer and book blogger, Cristi of the Alaskan Book Cafe, for the lovely review of Daughters of Iraq she posted on Sept. 29, 2011. An excerpt of what she said about Daughters of Iraq: It is … Continue reading

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Guest Author Interview: Ey Wade

Ey Wade is the single parent of three awesome young women, whom she homeschooled through high school and the grandmother of “Lovey,” her young grandson. She is currently the author of nine books written through various genres. I recently interviewed … Continue reading

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A Trip Down Memory Lane: Our Rosh Hashana and Yom Hakippurim (Jewish New Year and Day of Atonement)

It has been more than two months in the Holy Land, and aside from the expected difficulties, the general situation is altogether is pretty good. The house is already organized and tidy (relatively…) and it’s really starting feeling like home. … Continue reading

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